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Administration of electro convulsive therapy (ECT) requires general anesthesia and oxygenation.
Experimental studies of the mode of action of electro convulsive therapy.
And unlike other treatment, such as electro convulsive therapy (ECT), TMS does not cause cognitive side effects or memory problems.
Figures from the Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Trust show there have been 2,408 Electric Convulsive Therapy "administrations" since 2003.
Professional guidelines indicate electric convulsive therapy patients should not be unaccompanied for 18 hours after treatment.
Convulsive therapy as a treatment for schizophrenia was introduced by von Meduna and reported in 1934.
Controversial indications for electric convulsive therapy.